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Diall E27 1521lm LED Dimmable Classic Light bulb

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Product Details

Product Information

This Edison Screw Cap (E27) classic LED light bulb has an impressive low energy A+ rating. It has a 14.5W power consumption, which is equivalent to a 100W standard incandescent bulb and gives off a warm white light.

  • Lumens - 1521lm
  • Dimmable

Features and Benefits

Reasons to choose LED technology;

  • LED bulbs last longer, their life time is more than 15000H
  • Full brightness instantly, warm up time to 95% of lumen if LED is <lt/>1.0s
  • They are more energy efficient; An incandescent light bulb loses 80 percent of its energy to heat, leaving only the last 20 percent for light.

Technical Specifications

Light technologyLED
Cap fittingEdison Screw Cap (E27)
Lamp shapeClassic
Power consumption14.5W
Equivalent wattage100 W
Voltage220-240 V
Colour temperature2700 K
Energy ratingA+
Colour descriptionWarm white
Warm up time1 second
Average rated hours15000 hours
Beam angle180°
Length (mm)120mm
Diameter (mm)60mm
KWh per 1000h life15kWh/1000h
Colour rendering index<gt/>80%
Lamp Lumen Maintenance Factor (LLMF)≥ 70%
Number of switch cycles30000
Pack quantity1
Product code3663602907206


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100 Watt equivalence in an LED at last!

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Vashtar - 2 years ago

Thanks goodness that technology has finally evolved to produce an equivalent of the good old 100 Watt incandescent light bulb that the EU banned a few years ago. We are now emerging out of the European-imposed dark ages at last!

Do be aware that this bulb is VERY yellow (2700K). This might be nice and warm for your lounge, but I bought these to replace my kitchen bulbs which had been 'natural light' (4000K), which was better for working under, as you can see the natural colours of what you're working on. My kitchen is now bathed in yellow, when I really wanted an equivalent of the old fluorescent tube white.

One more general gripe - I do wish B&Q would desist from frequently changing their line of light bulbs. This is particularly annoying in rooms with an array of multiple bulbs (e.g., in chandeliers or ceiling spot lights); when a bulb goes, you find that B&Q no longer stock replacements, leaving you having to either change 19 perfectly good bulbs or put up with one or two with a different form factor/brightness/colour. So, for example, I've just had to buy 3 of these bulbs when only one of my current bulbs has blown. Please can we have some continuity of availability!

Finally, at the risk of contradicting myself, it's a great shame that B&Q don't stock this bulb in 'natural light' (4000K). Maybe soon - and then I can replace the 3 I've just bought and add them to my ever-growing collection of serviceable but superseded bulbs. Drat!